Giants vs. Braves (6:30 p.m., TBS). Game 2 from McCovey Cove. Should be a frenzied Orange Friday crowd.
“Law & Order: Special Wigs Unit” (9 p.m., BBC America). Oh sorry, I meant “Law & Order: UK.” They’re familiar scenarios, but with distinctively British settings, accents and laws. And wigs. Despite the familiar setup, it manages to be a lot more fresh than NBC’s “Law & Order: Los Angeles.” Tonight, a 13-year-old boy is kicked to death, and his mother’s abusive boyfriend is the suspect. Oh, but it’s never that simple, is it?
“The Increasingly Poor Decisions of Todd Margaret” (11 p.m., IFC). Todd’s feeling the pressure from his boss, and devises a scheme to crack the British retail market. A side note: The British call ordinary plans “schemes”; it makes everything sound much more nefarious. Which is one reason why Brits make such great bad guys.
“Blue Bloods” (10 p.m., CBS). The family goes after a rape suspect who’s protected by diplomatic immunity. Whenever I see that term, I think of that South African bad guy’s mocking “Deeeplomateek eeemunity!” in “Lethal Weapon 2” before Danny Glover shoots him. (Spoiler alert.) BTW, not to ruin the show’s plot, but a diplomat accused of a serious crime such as rape would probably either get his immunity revoked by his native country or else get expelled and tried back home.
“Four Weddings” (10 p.m., TLC). Four brides attend and rate each others’ weddings, with the winner getting a free honeymoon. My girlfriend’s kinda hooked on this now. Tonight’s dueling weddings include an elaborate Indian ceremony, a milk-and-cookie bar and a hip-hop reception.
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Sharks vs. Blue Jackets (noon, Versus). Wow, it’s hockey season already? It’s the season opener for both teams as they face off in Stockholm. Thus the weird time.
Reds vs. Phillies (3 p.m., TBS). Game 2 from Philly. Can the Reds get a hit this time?
“Outlaw” (10 p.m., NBC). As if you need another reason not to watch, production has stopped on new episodes, and this series is on a death watch. So don’t get too attached.